Autofocus is supported at any aperture value when used with the Canon Digital Cinema Camera EOS C100.
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The first video (above) is about post-production:
Learn about EOS C100 post production workflow, including ingesting footage from the SD card using Canon’s Data Import Utility and opening/viewing files in Adobe’s Premiere Pro (CS6) and Apple’s Final Cut Pro X.
The second video (below) is about continuous auto-focus and auto-iris in the new firmware update for the C100.
Learn how to set up and record an uncompressed 8-bit 4:2:2 signal via HDMI to the AJA Ki Pro Mini and Atomos Ninja 2 external recorders — including the lockable HDMI feature, setting up timecode form the camera, and basic recorder settings.
The Canon EOS C100 just recently got the Dual Pixel CMOS Auto-Focus, a milestone technology that only Canon could deliver. Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology is featured also on the amazing EOS 70D, so you don’t have to break your bank to use this amazing technology.
You may also be interested to learn what Philip Bloom thinks about the Dual Pixel AF on the C100.
Canon recently announced the possibility to unlock the innovative Dual Pixel CMOS Auto-Focus technology on the Canon EOS C100 (and C300) via a firmware update. We had a first impression about how Canon’s new AF technology works on the C100. Now it is Philip Bloom who tested Dual Pixel CMOS AF on the C100, and he shares his impressions in the video above (posted by Vimeo user Canon Pro).
Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology was first seen on the amazing EOS 70D (price & specs).
A custom eyecup that fits perfectly to the Canon C100, transforming the EVF from “unusable” into ideal.
The C-Cup is a traditionally shaped eyecup designed to fit perfectly to the Canon C100, improving the camera’s electronic viewfinder and overall ergonomics. Anyone who has picked up the camera knows that the C100′s EVF is not what it could be. In the C-Cup, we’ve designed a simple and inexpensive solution that makes the C100′s viewfinder what it should have been in the first place.
It is not since long that the Dual-Pixel CMOS AF unblocking firmware update for the C100 (Adorama | B&H) and C300 (B&H | Adorama) is available to the public, and Newsshooter reader Frank Redward already tested this feature and made a video about it.
The AF speed is so quick it puts the Panasonic GH2 and GH3 to shame.
I expected single-shot AF to work well. What I didn’t expect was that tracking focus is now quite possible and reliable. When subjects move past the camera you can maintain focus. Focus can also be held while zooming with lenses that are not Parfocal. This makes the whole experience of using stills zooms more similar to an ENG lens – all through the wonders of DUAL Pixel CMOS AF. DSLR lenses were never designed to work like this but it works because the Dual Pixel CMOS AF is just so fast.
Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF is fantastic and works for me. It’s not 100% perfect but compared to what else is around it is amazing. It turns the C100 into a powerful real world shooting work horse. As an operator it adds a level of security and speed that’s very reassuring.